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Known as a political-poetical graffiti artist, Basquiat’s body of work is a Neo-Expressionist and Primitivism aesthetic. Encoding a series of words and symbols, Basquiat represents elements of his cultural heritage as a social commentary on racial segregation and alienation. The loosely defined and abstracted image reflect a fragmented and torn individual.
Screenprint in colors, 2004, numbered in pencil (total edition includes 15 artist’s proofs), signed in pencil on the verso by Gerard Basquiat, the administrator of the artist’s estate and dated ‘10.19.04’, with the estate stamp on the verso.
43 9/10 × 39 4/5 in | 111.6 × 101 cm